Back & Neck Pain Center in Clearwater, Florida, utilizes the Cox flexion-distraction technique, also known as the Cox® Technic, to help our patients find relief from lower back pain. This evidence-based technique was developed by Dr. James M. Cox and is a more gentle way of adjusting the spine to relieve spinal pain and pressure. It is performed on a specialty table that has moving parts. During the treatment, the chiropractor slowly adjusts the table to gently stretch the patient’s spine while performing hands-on manipulation to move vertebrae and facet joints into their correct position. All movements are slow and repetitive to deliver effective relief without causing discomfort.
Cox flexion-distraction is a helpful chiropractic technique for a variety of conditions, including:
The Cox technique utilizes flexion-distraction and decompression to restore alignment to the lumbar spine, helping to move vertebrae back into place, increase the disc height between vertebrae, and reduce pressure on the spinal column. In doing so, there is reduced pressure on spinal nerves, improved communication between nerves, and increased circulation. This not only relieves your pain but also improves your posture and range of motion, enabling you to get back to your favorite activities, whether that’s playing golf with your colleagues, enjoying a brisk walk in nice weather, or chasing the kids around the playground.
When you visit Back & Neck Center to learn more about the Cox flexion-distraction technique, you’ll meet with our experienced chiropractor, Dr. Venis. He has been helping patients find relief from their pain since 1982 and established Back & Neck Pain Center to help individuals in Clearwater, FL, and throughout the area get well and stay well so they can enjoy their favorite activities once again. He provides thorough consultations and evaluations, spending ample time with each patient to learn more about their pain symptoms, medical history, and lifestyle habits to develop comprehensive treatment recommendations.
To schedule a consultation with Dr. Venis to discuss the Cox flexion-distraction technique and how it may help you find relief from pain, contact Back & Neck Pain Center today.